As promised, Cherries Chief Executive Saverimutto has resigned with the imminent arrival of the Murry consortium.
The now former Chief Executive said, “Adam Murry had confirmed that he had secured his funding and was in a position to take control of the club, but with the condition that he would require my immediate resignation and full control of the business.”
Though not yet in control of the club the Murry consortium stumped up £33,000 to stave off a winding up order and agreed a payment plan with stadium owners Structadene.
According to Saverimutto, “this significant investment he’s (Murry) injecting into the club will immediately rid the club of all the accrued debt”.
Finally, it looks like the Middle Eastern investment dream is over now that Saverimutto has gone. In his statement he said, “For the record, both the HMRC / VAT and the Football League both received direct contact from the Middle East consortium’s UK-authorised representative, detailing and confirming their principal intent to invest several million pounds of liquid cash into the club in April, and an immediate intent to re-purchase the stadium.” But only if he committed himself to the club.
He may not work for AFCB anymore, but let him leave on a high and come April perhaps he will finally prove his worth as the ‘Middle Eastern’ investment comes true. We live in hope.